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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

H. MULLIGAN, .. ¦ ¦: •- 444 North Second Street. W. B.—The largest Wholesale Stock of goods,in the city, and at the yery lowest prices to Wholesale Dealers, Storekeepers ana others. Goods packed carefully and sent bV express'to any part of thecountry. "J38-tf

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

Death Died, in Ashland, Schuylkill county, on the 16th instant, David McKibbin, Jr., in the eleventh year of his age, from injuries _^ received on the Fourth of July.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

¦^AEBLl WORKS HENRY S. TARR_, ' ¦ ., . Manufacturer.of CARVED AND ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS No. 710 Green Street, I Above Seventh, . ¦ .- ' Philadelphia CARVED, ORNAMENTAL STATUARY and MONUMENTAL WORK of every description. Having erected specimens in almost every cemetery throughout this State, and supplied orders from nearly every State in the Union, I trust to receive your influence and patronage for the ' above establishment. I also contract for Vaults Sarcophagus, &c. I have many references throughout the Union, which can be seen on application. * ; 744-tf. . , - ; ; , ' -* .

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

DR. KEAPFS T|tAVE3C,S IN; AFRICA. Messrs. Ticknor & Fields have _presented to the American public the;" Travels -in Eastern _^Africa, " _int the usual une3|cepti&nilble stylei of their house, and at a price within the means of all. 7 No lover of adventure and geographical research should be without it; and every clergyman and friend of missions should possess ifc. TMeJ8ostorif Courier quotes what the Sa_^_rSay _Hemeial (at "the present time the sharpest and _mbst searching of, the _tiondon literary weeklies,) says :of Dr. Krapf s book, and incidentally of him as a missionai'y and a discoverer, answerr ing at the same time the remarks of a cdrrespondent of the Courier, signing himself [*.] "It would be difficult to find a volume which cuts more completely across the silly popular platitude that missions to the heathen are useless, and that wise men would confine themselves to _^ our own heathensr at>^pme. , It is strange that if a man goes merely to hunt...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

TOM'S TRIAL A GOOD STORY FOR BOYS. Ifc was a pleasant day in that particularly pleasant part of Summer-time, which the boys call " vacation," when Tiger and Tom walked slowly down the street together. You may think it strange that I mention Tiger first, bub I assure you Tom would not have been in the least offended by the preference. Indeed, he would have assured you that Tiger was a most wonderful dog, and knew as much as any two boys, though this might be called rather extravagant. Nearly a year ago, on Tom's birthday, Tiger arrived as a present from Tom's uncle, and as lie leaped with a dignified bound from the wagon in which he made his journey, Tom looked for a moment into his great, wise eyes, and impulsively threw his arms around his shaggy neck. Tiger, on his partwas pleased with Tom's bright face, and most affectionately licked his smooth cheeks. So the league of friendship was complete from that hour. Tom soon gave his school-fellows to understand _$bat Tiger was a...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

LETTER OE _HAPOLEON HI OK THE _INVASION OI EKCtt.A_«D . The London Times publishes the following important letter from the * Emperor Napoleon to the Ambassador of France.' , - ' St. Cloud, 26th July, 1860. MMy:dear i_>ersigny,—^Affairs appear tome to be so complicate*^ thanks to the mistrust excited everywhere sincte_^the war in Ital yr-that I ; write : |o you in_^he hoJSthai a _ccinyersation in perfect : frahknessV _wittt_^_Jor_* _Pahmers_^n, will remedy the existing- evil; Lord Palnierston knows me/ and when I affirm wflyng hewill believe me; ' Well you can tell him from.me, in the most explicit manner, that since " the peace of Villafranca I have had but one thought, one object—to inaugurate a new era of peace * and to live on the hest terms with, all' my neighbors,, and especially with England. I had renounced Savoy and Nice; the extraordinary additions to Piedmont alone caused me to resume the desire to ' . see _reunitei to France provinces essentially French. But ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS AlER'S SABSAPARIL._K.A, lor Purifying the Blood, And tar the speedy cure of the subjoined -varieties of Disease: Scrofula and Scrofulous Affections, such as TumorsUlcersSoresEruptionsPimplesPustules, Blotches, Boils, Blains, and all Skin Diseases. Scrofula, or King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it pervades the whole body, and may burst out in disease on any part of it No organ is free from its attacks, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint ia variously caused by mercurial disease, low livingdisordered or unhealthy food, impure airfilth and filthy habits, the depressing -vices, and, above all, by the venereal infection. Whatever be its origin, it is hereditary In th» constitution, descending " from parents to children unto the third andfoartb generation;9 ' Indeed, it seems to be the rod of Him who says,—"I will visit the lni...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

""" f ¦ _™ w _^ _^ :~ ; • i • y CEEDIBILITY 01_^ MIEACLES. I The July numberof the North_^'American Review,contains an _article on^*{ Strauss and the Mythic Theory,'* frbm %hlch' we Mke; the 'following All that is dentaBiied _f in ? order to make : mira_^ cles erediblef is the *4isco_>ery of an adequate purpose and a Justifying end. Such a purpose, such an end _^ ' is the development of the most _^ noble, _mostTbeaAitiful _traUsiSn human_^character and conduct.f -The _question theo/ is, Have miracles, or has a belief in miraqles, borne any agency in the developinent of such", traits? - Let us try_^ this is sue.. .. _^ . _. , ,;¦ ;¦ . - , . . _,!_, . ¦ .:•„- . , ; , ; o- . ; < ;. .-..:¦„_, . ;¦- ¦ - £et the readers take in succession every period _and_^_Sivision of authentic _Wsiwry, _^nd write the names of "all those persons who in moral excellence have stood- confessedly pre-eminent,—Orientals, Greeks, Romans,-—ancient,_^ modern,—-the lights of dark ages, the ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

_$HE STATE SA_^EKrGS _WUSB. ' : No. 241 Dock Street,-Philadelphia , '-¦ . "¦ • .-,• .,- • ]¦ -sKBJafBOOaxbTmSPIJST OFFICE. ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ._' Sums large and small are received daily, and _everj Monday evening on deposit. Any sum of money wanted is returned ' whenever called _^ f_§r_>. Many . Persons open accounts with this Company, al'd draw their money bj Checks, as in Bank, thus combining; convenience and profit. Interest is paid on all sums of Money, amounting to Three Dollai _s or mOre, at the rate of Five Pei Cent. Per Annum. No Notice is required by this Company for the pa\ ment of either Principal or Interest, Substantial satisfaction to Depositors has, without ex ception, attended the operations and efforts of this wellknown Institution._" GEO. H. HART, President. CHARLES G. IMLAY, Cashier mar. 5-1 yr. J. HENRY HAYES, First Teller. MELODEO NS.—THE UNDERSIGNED REspectfully informs the Public, that he is manufacturing these delightful Instruments,, of every size, style, and p...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

j_^_jyp N _ELEOANT PERSONAL jjPJjBIl - REQUISITE. _^S_^^W_^_g _LUXURIANT AND SILKY HAIR. _IiiS|2|liL%| |l_~ lne>» is nothing that adds to the _^ @n_^ appearance of ladies, gentlemen, or _W/fL'F&slW\rZ k - re _£' so much M a fine faead of Hft0_*f_$5_P&jFy Mr * There is no preparation for young or old that will compare wi MBS- S. A. ALLE1_TS WORLD'S HAIR DRESSING Or _ZYLOBALSAMUM. Price, in large bottles, 37 cents. Approved b y. Chemists, Physicians and Clergymen, and acknowledged by all to be _snperior to any other Elair ° a dressin _£> _Preserving and beautifying the It renders it (however dry) softsilky and glossy, and is a sure preventive of SCURF and DANDRUFF: MRS. CLARKwife ofRev. D. W. Clark, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: "I have used Mrs. S. A. Allen 's ZylODalsamum with much satisfaction in dressing my own and children 's hair. After, trying various artiUes,I feel no hesitation in recommending- yo-jrs as the oest I have ever _useil It gives the hai...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

SA _OTG FUNDS. AMEEICAN LD7E INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY. Company's Buildings, South-east Corner of WALNUT and FOURTH Streets. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Incorporated 1850 by the Legislature of Pennsylvania Capital $500,000. Charter Perpetual. Insures Lives during the natural life or for short terms. grants _annuities and endowments, and makes contraeU of all kinds depending on the issues of life. Actm« also as E_^ecntors, _Trifetees, and Guardians. Policies of _Liffi lnsurahce issued at the usual mutual rates of other good Companies—with profits to the assured—at Joint Stock rates.20 percent, less than above , or Total Abstinence rates 4M per cent, less than Mutual price. ¦'' ' ¦ - ' SAVING FUND. Interest at 5 per cent; allowed for every day the Deposit remains, and paid back on demand in Gold and Silver, and Checks furnished as in a Bank, for use of Depositors. ¦ This Company ha* FIRST MORTGAGES, REAL ESTATE, GROUND RENTS, and other first-class Investments, as well as the CA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

. .-i;-.»;/- *;- ,.. ._^ , -;¦ ¦ ¦ : -;. v, - ,. :_¦ . ' . ¦ ¦ ^^_- ' ¦ .;¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ .-¦ y-_^i ¦ _¦ ¦ ,. ¦ - ¦;- - . _^_KEIJGflOHS DOtJBTS. jl have spent more than thirty years in a close study of _^ the sacred Scriptures, , and no- small part ot my _inqnirles has had reference to the _difficulties which were suggested to my mind by my early skepticism, and to those which, to a mind naturally inclined tonnbelief, have been suggested since, I do not mean to say that all those difficulties have been removed But I have found that, on a close examination, not a few of those which at first perplexed me, have silently disappeared:j ' that a large part of those which have been since _snggestefl, have vanished also; arid that_^ in the mean time, the evidences of the truth of the Bible have, in my apprehension, become stronger and stronger. I come, therefore, in this respect, with the language of encouragement to those who are now jnst entering on their Christian way, and. who find their ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

THE LITTLE SL1EPEB No mother's eye beside thee wakes to-night, No taper burns beside thy lonely bed; Darting, thou Heat hidden out of sight, And none are near thee but the silent dead. ¦ Kcwr cheeTly glows th«» hearth, yet glows ia vain; For we anoneered beside It sit alone, And listen to the wild and beating rain, In angry gusts against our casement blown. Apd though we nothing speak, yet well I know That both our hearts are there,, where thou dost keep Within thy narrow chamber far below, ; ...... For the first time unwatched, thy lonely sleep. Ob! no, not thou!—and we our faith deny, This thought allowing; thou, removed from harms, la Abraham's bosom dost securely lie, Oh, not in Abraham's, in a Saviour's arms—In that dear Lord's, who in thy worst distress, Thy bitterest anguish gave thee, dearest child, Still to abide in perfect gentleness, And like an angel, to be meek and mild. Sweet corn of wheat! committed to the ground To die, and live and bear more,precious ear, Whil...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

_£x_»ilg €>_htk. For the American Presbyterian THE DARKENED WAY. Oh _^ God, my path is wild I The cold waves break in darkness at tnj feet, Above my head the storms and shadows meet; I look for bat one Light tny way to greet, Lord, help thy child I ' I stand with vision dim, With trembling step and heart of _fearfulness, On a lone spot where never foot did press; One, One can aid me in my sore distress _. And who save Him! 1 kneel upon the sod, And look above through the dark frowning sky; Beyond, beyond where those black vapors fly, 1 know His throne is set, the Lord on High, Our living God. Lowly before His feet, I offer up my one unceasing prayer, And trust with meekest waiting for His care, In some glad hoar to hear, and not forbear His answer sweet. _^ - ' ' **

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

IKITOCENCE AND GUILT HCTtTSED. A painter, who wanted a picture of Innocence_, drew the likeness of a child at prayer. The little suppliant was kneeling by the side of his mother, who regarded him with tenderness. The palms of his lifted hands were. reverently pressed together; his rosy cheek spoke of health, and his mild blue eye was upturned with an expression of devotion and peace. This portrait of young Rupert was highly prized by the painter; for he had bestowed on it greet pains: he hung it up in his study, and culled it Innocence. Years rolled along, and the painter became an aged man; but the picture of Innocence still adorned his studywalls. Often had he thought of painting a cofa- trasfe to his _favorite portrait j but 0Pf_^m _^j not served. He had sought for a _^S . _^ of guilt; but tad failed to find one. At last he _effected his purpose bj paying a visit to a _ne_^ hbor. in*' iaih Oo the damp floor of his dungeon lav a wretched culprit, named Randal, heavily ir...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

TRUSSES !BRACES! ?' SUPPORTERS! _i _' C. H. NEEDLES, S. W. corner Twelfth and Race Streets; Phila. Practical Adjuster of RwPTuiE*TKtJsSEs and Mechahical Remedies. . ¦¦¦• ¦ . . ¦ ¦ . ¦ . ¦ !¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ _¦ - . ¦ ¦.- ,, ' : . ' . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - .- • L>die>? Department attended by competent Ladies. Entrance on Twelfth StreetNo. 152. . XJghtf renchand best varieties of American, including White _' s IncompMable>_PatenfLevei_*'Efas3rEngJ|8hanc American Supporters and Belts, Shoulder Braces, Elastic Stockings, Suspensories, Syringes, &c, all in great variety; ¦ ;¦:.?¦ ., ¦ _^ ' -¦: . " ---: - : . ' • .. ¦ ""' :.< "¦ y: > :-r - -, Correct adjustment insured. ¦ Ap II—6m BOYD & BATES, BAHKEBS AND DE&XEBS XEf BUI OF XXCffiUM BAHK NOTES ABB SPECIE. 18 SOUTH THIRD ST., PHILADELPHIA. TWO DOOBS ABOVE MECHANICS'BAWK. Particular attention is given to the collection of Note* and Drafts. Drafts on New York, Boston, Baltimore, &c, for sale....

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

j_^i TTE_« _iH_|i_^ N; _^Ei _^ GGBNER SETENTH AND CHESTNUT STS. An Institution designed to prepare young men for active business. , . a. - ;-. . ;i ¦¦ Established September, iS44. i Incorporated June 4th, 1355. ' ¦ '"" ' ¦ • :: ; ' ¦¦ • ¦- ¦ ¦ ¦ • - "¦¦ - 'JFACTJI.TT. " ' ' ' '" ' " \. " " S. HODGES _CRITTENDEN, Attorney at taw, Principal . Consulting Accountant, and Instructor in Commercial Customs. THOMAS W. MOORE, Professor of _PeninanslrijK JOHN GROESBECK, Professor of Book-keeping and Phonography, " and Verbatim Reporter. ' S JOHN BARNARD _anfl _GEQRGE V. MAUSInstrtictora in Science of Accounts, and Commei cial Calculations. SAMUEt, W. GRITTENDEN, _Attornuy at Law, Instructor in Commercial Law. _v . Lectures are " delivered on Commercial Law, Political Economy, Duties of Business men, &c. Also,.Instruction in Modern Languages by competent teachers. Catalogues containing full particulars of terms, manner of instruction, &c, may be had on applying at the ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

Quarer errr insurance comb any, Franklin Buildings, 403 Wainul Street, PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL $200,000 SURPLUS,- 150,000 FIRE, MARINE, and INLAND INSURANCE. FIRE 1NSURANCE,L1MITED and PERPETUAL, ON BUILDINGS AND MERCHANDISE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. MARINE INSURANCE; INLAND AND OCEAN, ON VESSELS, FREIGHT, and CARGO, to and from all parts o_£ the World.. . > GEO.-H. HART,President. E. P. ROSS, Vice President. H. R. UOGGSH ALL, Secretary. S. H.BUTLER, Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS: George H. Hart, - - Andrew R-. Chainbers, E.P.._RQSS, . .¦ „ CharlesG-Imlay, A.C. Cattell, . H. R. Cpggshall, Foster S. " Perkins, r Samuel Jones. M. D E;W.Bii%, HohiHiM. Fuller. . ¦¦ September 15.—^ly. - _? ¦? -.-vU _' ¦ _•_£¦. •¦ ; ;, ¦

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 23 August 1860

BLINDS A NDS HADES. 3. J. WILLIAMS, , No. 16,iFor«_A Sixth Street, Is the MOST ' EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURER OF _VEKIJTIAW _BLIBTDS ARS WIND OW SHADES The largest and-finestassortment in-tbe'City, at the lowest _pricef - •* -' _ETOBB SHADKS MADE ASD JJSTTBRBD. _BEPAIEIWC _PHOMTTLT ATTENDED TO. m-y9lw ° ._-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 30 August 1860

_^itteb; mm _ienfflMMM a!' "V_^-ME*Y _' 1OW _^ _ix_^i&ENTSV4c^"0RE_^T EAST 1 "Mliir ' _^VIsitfED-_^-i. ' FtJLMLMENi _'AND ' A ¦ ; _. . • ' ' ' .;;. ' • PKEpioTioN. "" , . " /; ; : American Prekhyterimkzrr-Xn common with oiher large cities, Baltimore has also had her "excitements," during the lieat of summer, "\_fths have . had ourr eiteiling political conventions, in tone of wuicn the _bpifer, throtig_^i -yi_^tit_^f;a_^n|w! _^j_$r :_^ f^^^^^n _cm£} ' _J_^_p luJed, ' ¦ . throwiny-«H "hands , fireman, engineers, coal-heavers, captains, and _^passengers, sky-high—^^a spectacle and a caution to political steam companies and all those who venture upon £he stormy seas, where blow the Horth and South gales at the same time. We hadj also, the Japanese, for whose sake we did not take leave of our senses, to the tune _ojffa hundred ,tnbusand_|dbliars, as did the _^ew Ypfkers, who are still rubbing their eyes at tile discovery of the extravagant price of that, Japanese whistle....

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